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: Kaalicharan (Chaitanya Krishna), the son of tahsildar, who earns the wrath of the villain (Pankaj Kesari) for refusing to toe their line. The situation becomes even worse when Kaalicharan's sister is defiled by the right hand man of the villain. In troublesome situations, a politico, played by Rao Ramesh takes him under his wings. Kaalicharan is transformed from a plain thinking boy who was once more happy following his love interest Thirtha (Chandini Tamilarasan), into embracing violence - but only to wriggle himself out of his troubles.
: Set in the 1980s, the movie is about an MBA aspirant who gets caught in murky situations created by a gang that threatens his father, a government employee to bend the rules to favour their business. The father makes no compromises and the son's silent anger gets the goat of the bandicoots.
The first thing that impresses you is the 80's images that come alive on the screen. Splendid creative camerawork by Vishwa Devabattula and lilting music by Nandan Raju are a perfect fusion. The movie is set in Nalgonda district and for most part of the movie, the characters speak the Telangana slang. At a few places, they seem to have forgotten that in the script writing. That in any case, is not a drawback.
Chandini's large eyes are captivating but it is the director Sri Prawin who should be lauded for churning out a product that is pleasing. The lead character Chaitanya Krishna is much like the boy next door and the very fact that he does not have a role that makes him a super human is enough to touch the right chord with the audience. You get to see different shades of character of the person in different conditions and his appearance also changes. After a long time - very long time, hand cuffs make an appearance in Telugu movies as the lead character is arrested. Otherwise, Telugu cinema heroes get away with daylight murder and massacres and their actions are shown as being heroic on the screen.
The problem you have with the movie is the director's attempt to create suspense at some places. You feel cheated and taken for a ride. The narration is a bit convoluted but the only thing that keeps you glued to the screen are the visuals. It is not a 'just for laughs' movie at all as there's absolutely no comedy - and there was hardly any scope for that. Any attempt to introduce forced comedy or what they call a 'comedy track' would have spoilt the movie. The movie looked fresh with the 80s era.